Babies born to older paternal cry differently, mouse pup study shows

A baby’s cry is a form of communication used to attract attention from adult caregivers, and every baby cries in a similar but distinct way. Researchers have studied the vocal behavior of baby mice, called pups, to determine how the age of the father affects the pups’ vocal communication and body weight development. Their study will help them better understand vocal development in human babies.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Generated by Feedzy